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Poster: cream-puff-war Date: Oct 6, 2007 9:39pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: o.k i did my first bit torrent today

hey, I did my first bit torrent the same time you and sky were doing yours.

I used uTorrent.
Don't know how to play flac files, so I converted to 320 bit mp3s so I could play em. Left the flacs up so they could seed.

I got the Charlie Miller 5-30-1969 show, also the Primal Dead, uncirculated 1966 stuff.

I wonder how much of it is actually uncirculated... some sound new to me, while a few have been around a while.

here's the text:

Uncirulated Primal GD GEMS - Assorted 1966 Grateful Dead

SMRs>DAT>3x>Delta DiO 2496>Soundforge 7.0>WAV>CD Wave Editor>FLAC

CD #1
Possibly 2/12/66 - 7"reel 1/2 track at 7.5 IPS:
Viola Lee Blues
Don't Ease Me In

"Longshoreman's Hall 1st Night" - 7" Reel 1/2 Track @ 15IPS:
Beat It On Down The Line
Schoolgirl>You Don't Love Me>Schoolgirl (original reel cuts)

Unlabeled Reel:
Pigpen Raps
Billy, Bobby, and Pigpen>
New Orleans (sort of an attempt)
Twist and Shout

CD #2
"Longshoreman's Hall 3rd Night" - 10" Reel 1/2 Track @ 15IPS:
It's A Sin
Viola Lee Blues
Midnight Hour
Beat It On Down The Line
Blues Jam (with Jorma and Jack) Note: reel runs out before the end

Pauley Ballroom #2 (no date) - 10" Reel 1/2 Track @ 15IPS:
You Don't Have To Ask - Phil Talks About The Move To L.A.
Viola Lee Blues (some static at start of song)
I Know You Rider
Midnight Hour (plug pulled)

There are also a couple of short digi noises during the blues jam. The dates and locations
are as marked on the boxes of master reels. Let's leave it to the Deadhead historians to figure it all out for accuracy.

A GEMS production -+-+- -+-+- December 2006